Himalaya Gold Feminized Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: Nepalese x North Indian
Flowering Period: 8-9 weeks
Climate: Mountain areas
Yield: 800-850 gr/m² indoors, 1000+ gr/plant outdoors
Flavours: Sweet, Chocolate, Spicy, Pepper
THC Level: 13% to 15%
CBD Level: 1.4%
Height: 150 cm indoors, 240 cm outdoors
Harvest Period: September to October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavors and Effects of Himalaya Gold Feminized?
The high starts in the body and relieves pain before moving to the mind. It stimulates creativity, and it has a 15% THC and a CBD content of 1.4%. Smoking these green chunks will give you nuts, which is excellent for people who don’t have much of an appetite.
What are the Medical Benefits of Himalaya Gold Feminized?
Due to its high CBD content, this strain can treat various physical and mental conditions. Patients with chronic pain, premenstrual syndrome or insomnia can benefit from this. Herbal cannabis strains like Himalaya Gold Feminized can help bipolar disorder, chronic anxiety and
depression. When you are in a state of euphoria, your mind will be free only to do positive things.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Himalaya Gold Feminized
Some of this type’s less serious side effects include cotton mouth, dry eyes, and dehydration. Himalaya Gold Feminized can help prevent dehydration, a cottony mouth, lightheadedness and migraines by drinking plenty of water. If your eyes are red, dry, and itchy, try a moisturizer with eye drops to relieve irritation.
How to Grow Himalaya Gold Feminized
Himalaya Gold Feminized initially grows tall with an indica-like plant but quickly grows into a Sativa-like tree as it matures. The significant distance between the nodes gives the resin-coated buds enough room for good air circulation, preventing mould growth. Branch supports are essential to avoid bending or even breaking. In a controlled environment, the Himalayan Gold Fem can grow to a height of 150 cm, while outdoors, it can reach a height of 240 cm. When this indica strain is grown in a growing room, it takes eight weeks to produce very thick shoots weighing 750-850 g/m2. Harvest is expected to be ready in late September when grown outdoors and yields up to 1.2 kg per plant. The sweet, spicy aroma of chocolate fills the air as the plants mature.